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Photo fry Darren Greiving
Butler County Community College
901 S. Haverhill Road
Building 100, Room 104
El Dorado, KS 67042
Inside the world of vocal
music at Butler
Letters to the Editor encouraged
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Opinion by Rachel Julius Photos by Darren Greiving
As summer approaches, students begin
the search for jobs that will help them earn a little
extra spending money for the next school year.
Look no further. Here is your guide to
finding the perfect job and a list of jobs to stay
Some of the best summertime jobs to
have range from mowing lawns, to baby-sitting, to
fast food, to waiter/waitress, to pizza delivery, to
house cleaning, to salesperson, to lifeguard, to
camp counselor and to car washing.
The not-so-fun jobs include, service station
attendant, grocery bagger, telemarketer, toy store
worker and bus boy/girl.
From the best to the worst jobs, there are
some of those in-between jobs, otherwise known as
odd jobs. Some odd jobs include egg picker on a farm,
Christmas tree trimmer, skating rink DJ, pet-sitter,
water boy/girl for an athletic team and, last but not
least, the number/letter announcer for bingo.
When applying for a job, don't limit yourself to looking for
one job at a time, but go for several. Put your application
in at several places. If two call back you always have the
option to pick the better of the two.
By having a job, you have many advantages.
Money. Many opportunities arise to meet new friends
and possibly future date prospects. The number one
advantage would be gaining a lifetime experience.
You may be asking, "Where do I start?" The
best place would be the classifieds in the newspaper.
Your best bet, the Sunday paper. Or you may also drive around town
looking for signs that say, "Now Hiring." But if you don't go for either of the
above, get out your handy phone book (you know the big book you use as
a coaster) and start calling places.
Although most jobs pay very little, it gives students a boost in their
financial standing. Many students work more hours during the summer than
the fall to earn that little extra that will help them out during the school year.
If you are serious about looking for a job that will help you out in
your career, web sites such as Monster.com can be very helpful. It gives
you the chance to search for jobs in the local area that you are interested in
and it gives
you a chance
to fill out
submit them to
of your choice.
You are also
able to set up
account to access
come your way.
When you go in for the application, have a smile on your face and
dress nice. If you have to fill out the application at the place of employment,
make sure you have the names, phone numbers and addresses of the
people you wish to use for references. Once the application has been filled
out, be prepared to be called back for an interview. When you are called
back for the interview be sure to dress nice, smile, look alert, listen well and
make eye contact. By following the above, you are almost guaranteed a
Happy job hunting.
Looking for a job? Look no further. Most employers use
their signs to advertise employment opportunities. So while
you're traveling down the road, pay attention to what some
might have on their marquee. The newspaper is also a
good place to look. If all else fails, starting calling places
and ask if they are hiring.
Butler County Community
Anderson, Wichita freshman. " I
College has a lot of opportunities
The Chamber Singers are
appreciate Mr. Garber's teaching
for vocal music students. Among
a select group of 20-25 vocalists
style too. He is fun, but laid-back at
the six groups there is a variety of
under the direction of Garber. The
the same time."
music and dance. Whether your
ensemble performs a wide variety
personality portrays barbershop
of music including vocal jazz,
music with the Smorgaschords or a
madrigal and chamber literature
Under the direction of
little jazz music with Jazz Indigo,
and performs frequently in public.
Mack, the BCCC Headliners
there is a song for everyone in the
The BCCC Chamber Singers are a
Showchoir function as goodwill
vital part of the Butler County
ambassadors for BCCC.
Community College Music
Throughout the Headliners' journey
Department. Besides touring and
of the past 100 years, audience
Valerie Lippoldt Mack co-
performing for schools and
members will relive the passion for
directs the Concert Choir with Ron
community groups, the select
nightlife around the world. In
Garber. Concert Choir is open
group of singers hosts the English
addition to hosting the annual
through audition to anyone who
Renaissance Feast each year, as
Showchoir Festival in November,
enjoys singing several different
well as attending the Renaissance
the group performs throughout the
musical styles. Music scholarship
Festival in Kansas City, Mo. These
U.S. at numerous special events.
students are required to attend
Renaissance celebrations are set
The Headliners consist of 24
Concert Choir as well as their
in the costumes and decor of the
young, talented singers and
performing group and an additional
1600s. While guests enjoy festive
dancers plus a six-piece combo
music class. Two major
dishes, the Chamber Singers
and one stage manager. The group
performances are scheduled each
entertain with a variety of songs,
has been featured in several states
semester. These performances
dances and skits.
and regional music and other
include music ranging from
"I like the madrigal songs
conferences. Annual Headliner
classical to contemporary
we sing and I enjoy the
tours have allowed the group to
Renaissance Feast," said Brian
perform in Washington, D.C.,
from left to right:
Roger Briggs, El
Danial Porter, El
Jazz Indigo from left to right: Brett
Randolph, Goodland freshman,
Bridgette Baker, Wichita sophomore,
Rolando Romero, Wichita freshman,